Ariana Grande set off on her Dangerous Woman Concert Tour on February 3. The third stop was Tulsa, Oklahoma. Grande took to Instagram to thank the city for their ecstatic response.
Ariana Grande fans have been waiting to see the pint-sized pop princess perform songs off her latest album, Dangerous Woman live, and their wish came true. Grande hit the road for the Dangerous Woman Concert Tour which will travel to cities across the U.S., Canada, and Europe. The third destination of Little Red’s tour was Tulsa, Oklahoma. As expected, the 23-year-old got a huge response from her fans at the show. Grande thanked her fans in Tulsa on Instagram for being such a lovely crowd. Check out Grande’s sweet post to her fans here.
The Dangerous Woman Takes Over Tulsa
Ariana Grande and her Dangerous Woman tour hit the BOK Center in Tulsa last night (February 9). Sporting her signature pony, her stylish new performance-wear designed by Bryan Hearns and Sergio Hudson, and her family in the front row, Grande performed her hits like “Be Alright,” “Into You,” “Side to Side,” “Love Me Harder,” “Break Free,” “Bang Bang,” among others . Her long-time songwriting partner, Victoria Monet, and Little Mix opened the concert.
At the end of her set, Grande performed “Dangerous Woman” to close the show. The outfit for the grand finale consisted of a long dramatic leather ball-gown-style coat with an off-the-shoulder look. Sergio Hudson created the performance-ready outfit with lightweight patent leather lined with silk on the inside for comfort. Grande wanted to take the opportunity to showcase up and coming designers like Hudson and Hearns known for their unique street-style creations.
About the dramatic ensemble, Grande’s stylist, Law Roach said, “For the closing look we wanted something dramatic, but also taking it back to the original album packaging, something that spoke to her being a Dangerous Woman —the black vinyl Sergio Hudson piece was perfect for that.”
The 23-year-old displayed her final outfit in her latest Instagram pictures. The looped videos show Grande in thigh-high boots standing on stage blowing kisses to the crowd. The photographs are courtesy of Justin Boyd, a photographer for the Pittsburgh-based The Fresh Prints.
Grande is one of the top 10 most followed celebrities on Instagram with 95 million followers, which means that her post was showered by likes and views. The Tulsa concert attendees thanked her in return for the spectacular show while other fans pleaded for her to visit their city too.
The Dangerous Woman Concert Tour is heading to Nashville, Tennessee next. Nashville can watch Ariana Grande perform live on Valentine’s Day when she performs at the Bridgestone Arena.